What’s this Angels in Dark Places: CNAs Deal with Love, Life, Death and Diapers!
As a pastor, I confess my reluctance to visit hospitals, nursing homes, and rehab centers. Unfortunately, they conjure up dark thoughts of dying patients and my own mortality. But in the last nine months, I have had a birth of new understanding. Working with co-author Ron Jackson, our research has shed light on the angelic devotion of CNAs. In other words, I have had an epiphany, a revelation. Now I invite you to venture out to a new frontier—supporting CNAs and families in the mission/ministry to loved ones.
Angels in Dark Places is a love story, one filled with laughter, tears, exhaustion, screams of pain and joy. Imagine looking for a missing patient in the night and finding him in another room, in bed with another patient; or watching a CNA miss her lunch to paint your mother’s fingernails! Or the CNA who comes to work in the morning with a gift for her favorite patient, only to find out she died during the night. So many stories, so many emotions and they all happen in a single eight hour shift!
Most people have no idea what a CNA is or how important they may be to your future. There is a serious shortage of CNAs and the shortage is rapidly becoming a crisis. One that will affect the entire healthcare industry. Can you help? Absolutely, please read and learn how! Now available from Amazon: Angels in Dark Places: CNAs Deal with Love, Life, Death and Diapers!
What is the expanded scope and possibilities for this book?
- To support the angelic work of CNAs and thank them for what they do.
- To help future CNAs identify their calling and provide a curriculum text for their studies.
- To work with hospitals and nursing homes to support CNAs and patient care.
- To explore the “New Frontier/Mission of Healthcare” and to reach out to patients and support CNAs and staff members.
- To confront and deal with our dark thoughts of death, nursing homes and dying relatives.
- To prepare oneself and families for what to expect in nursing homes, hospitals, and rehab centers.
- To make the best decision on choosing a nursing home or care facility.
- To provide a guide and book study for churches, Stephen Ministry, Alzheimer’s groups and care givers.
Help us spread the word. Angels in Dark Places: CNAs Deal with Love, Life, Death and Diapers! Thank you. Ron Jackson and “Rev Rob” (Dr. Rob Morrison) [email protected]